Its all go on site at Otago Polytechnic Trades Centre in Cromwell. The steel portals are being lifted into place. The programme remains on track for completion at the end of October 2018.
“At 6000 sq m, the $22 million Te Pa Tauira is the largest timber-framed structured building by height and volume in New Zealand.” … Read More:
Good progress is being made on the new Mercy Hospital car park. There will be 96 car parks once the development has been completed. The majority of the excavation is now complete and the installation of the under-slab stormwater pipework has progressed. This project has a completion date of 31st July 2018.
Instead of mailing traditional Christmas cards last year, we offered to donate $1.00 for every time one of our e-card’s was opened. This year we supported the Dunedin Night Shelter Trust. The Shelter provides dinner, breakfast and a warm, dry bed for those who have nowhere else to turn. In addition their clients are able[…]
By Logic Group Business, Residential Nov 14, 2017
Construction has commenced on the student accommodation stand alone houses in Cromwell. The Otago Polytechnic 5 bed-roomed residential dwellings will be completed late February 2018. These purpose built homes are located in the heart of the Cromwell OP Campus.
Logic are pleased to have been appointed by Windsor Presbyterian Church to project manage the proposed redevelopment of their Community Church in Invercargill. This week we attended the first monthly project control group meeting. Following the demolition of the previous 1927 church building due to structural concerns in 2016, an exciting new development for Windsor[…]
People, Planet and Profit – These 3P’s (the triple bottom line) provide a great framework for talking about sustainability. The Triple Bottom Line is essentially a reporting system. We have adopted it so it can drive improvements with our impact on the environment and to help us to focus on what we can do to[…]
By Logic Group Business, Client, Healthcare Jun 08, 2017
Logic Group recently handed over the Colquhoun Lecture Theatre to the Southern District Health Board, after an extensive environmental clean to remove asbestos in the ceiling space, wall cavities and under croft. The theatre seats 300 and is primarily used by the University of Otago Medical School.
By Logic Group Business, Client, Residential May 24, 2017
The West Wing roof of the Otago Polytechnic Student Village was completed this week, and the services continue to be installed in the 5 floors on this Wing. Today the Dunedin Mayor, Dave Cull, and Councillors Marie Laufiso, Jim O’Malley and Lee Vandervis took the opportunity to view progress.
The Southland Dairy Hub was featured on TV One’s Rural Delivery Programme on Saturday 20th May. In 2012 planning commenced for the Science and Research development which will benefit Southern dairy farmers. The 350 hectare property will eventually have 800 cows in production. The site of the facility was chosen because of its location to[…]
By Logic Group Business, Cost Consultancy Apr 21, 2017
The Sir Howard Morrison Performing Arts Centre (also known as the Convention Centre) is about to undergo seismic strengthening. Cost Consultancy will be working with the Rotorua District Council to ensure that the value of their assets is maintained. The building offers facilities that include banquet, concert, meeting, conference and exhibition spaces, together with a 686[…]
We are proud to announce that at the New Zealand Cricket Awards held in Auckland last night, Kannan won the Community Cricket Official of the Year Award. Involvement in the training of umpires within Otago, winning the Dunedin Club Umpire of the Year and the George Clement Morris Match Official of the Year and umpiring[…]
Logic Group recently sponsored a Property Council event on site at the Otago Polytechnic. 40 plus people were taken on site to review the student accommodation project progress, and learn more about the sustainability functions of the building. Afterwards Sam Cadden (Logic Director) answered questions at the Polytechnic Hub.
By Logic Group Business, Commercial, Cost Consultancy Mar 21, 2017
Cost Consultancy has begun its second project with the Rotorua District Council, this time assisting with the refurbishment of the Council offices located in Haupapa Street. The building consisting of 4 floors will have the layout restructured as well as an upgrade of electrical, mechanical and IT services. The project is expected to be finished[…]
Our Christchurch office has moved! We are now located at Logic House, Level 2, 246 High Street, Christchurch. Please feel free to pop in and say Hi!
By Logic Group Business, Client, Feasibilities, Healthcare, Uncategorized Feb 01, 2017
Instead of mailing traditional Christmas cards last year, we offered to donate $1.00 for every time one of our e-card’s was opened. Thank you for supporting us with this initiative. Today we met with Alofa Lale, Mission Coordinator at Mercy Hospital and handed her a cheque. Mercy Hospital Charitable Outreach supports many local not for[…]
The polystyrene insulation sheets and steel reinforcing are being secured into place today ahead of the first foundation pour. It is envisaged that the pour will go ahead tomorrow. Next week will be a busy one on site as the CLT panels will be delivered from Monday onwards.
The Southern Dairy Hub Dairy conversion is now well into the development phase with contractors on site completing the 340Ha Dairy Farm Conversion. Logic are Project Managers for the Southern Dairy Hub which is a joint venture between AgResearch, Dairy NZ & Southland Dairy Trust. This project involves the conversion of a sheep farm into[…]
By Logic Group Business, Commercial, Heritage Dec 21, 2016
Today Logic Cost Consultancy were added to the design team for the Rotorua Museum. We are proud to be Professional Quantity Surveyor’s on such an iconic project. Prior to the 14th November earthquake, Rotorua Lakes District council had been reviewing and coordinating full strengthening and structural upgrade reviews and had adapted the point cloud mapping[…]
700 stone piles for ground stabilisation have been installed for the Otago Polytechnic’s student accommodation building. The laying of the concrete slab will begin this week. Cross laminated timber panels will be delivered mid January. The structure for the 231 bedroom complex will take 90 days to erect. https://www.odt.co.nz/news/campus/otago-polytechnic/hall-residence-marked-out